Psychological Consultation: Introduction to Theory and Practice / Edition 2by Duane Brown, Walter B. Pryzwansky, Ann C. Schulte
Pub. Date: 02/13/1991
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon, Inc.
The most comprehensive consultation book on the market, Psychological Consultation outlines the major theoretical approaches to consultation and offers concrete ideas about the consultation process and techniques of consultation. Two chapters are devoted to specific consultees: parents and teachers. Additional chapters deal with consultation in organizations, the consultee, the consultant, and the use of data and information to inform the consultation process. For counselors and psychologists.
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- 2nd ed
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Table of Contents
All chapters, except 14, conclude with "Summary," "Tips for the Practitioner," "Review Questions," "References," and "Answers to Learning Exercises."
1. Introduction to Consultation.
Consultation: The History and the Promise.
Some Definitional Issues.
Interventions Utilized by Human Resource Workers.
The Perspective of This Book.
The Remainder of This Book.
2. Mental Health Consultation.
Roots of Mental Health Consultation.
Basic Concepts in Mental Health Consultation.
Fundamental Assumptions in Mental Health Consultation.
The Consultation Process.
Types of Mental Health Consultation.
Further Developments in the Mental Health Consultation Model.
3. Behavioral Approaches
A Social Learning Theory Model.
4. Adlerian Consultation.
The Consultation Process.
5. Organizational Consultation.
Principles of Systems Theory.
Organizational Development Consultation.
Principles of Organizational Change.
6. Consultation Stages and Processes I.
Stages of Consultation.
7. Consultation Stages and Processes II.
Roles of the Consultant.
Internal versus External Consultants.
Organizational Variables and theConsultation Process.
8. The Skills and Characteristics
of the Consultant.
Characteristics of the Consultant.
Skills of the Consultant.
9. The Consultee as a Variable.
Expectations and Preferences of the Consultee.
Consulting Characteristics Affecting Process.
10. Data-Based Decision Making in Consultation.
Monitoring the Consulting Process.
Steps in Consultation Evaluation.
Uses of Evaluation Data.
11. Consultation with Parents.
Parent Consultation and Other Parental Interventions.
Models of Family Consultation.
An Eclectic Approach.
The Assumptions of the Approach.
Group Parental Consultation.
Some Special Considerations.
Some Brief Case Studies.
12. Teacher Consultation Teacher Collaboration.
The Consulting Teacher Models.
The 15-Minute Consultation.
Some Final Thoughts about Teacher Consultation.
13. Ethical and Legal Considerations.
Purposes of Codes of Ethics.
Ethical Decision Making.
Enforcing Ethical Standards.
Potential Legal Difficulties.
14. Issues in Consultation.
Direct or Indirect Services.
Consultation as a Profession.
The Limits of Consultation.
Choosing a Consultation Model.
The Controversy over Collaboration.
The Controversy over Behavioral Collaboration.
Asking for Help.
Dealing with Consultee Feelings.
The Involvement of the Consultant.
To Manipulate or Not to Manipulate.
Consultant as a Scholar Practitioner.
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